On wikinews, we post the current number of pending RFA's and similiar
votings to the header of [[special:recentchanges]], perhaps that might
be something to look into on commons.
Personally, I am subscribed to this list because i like having a vague
idea what is going on at commons. However i would honestly not really
care about who's up for RFA. Even if i knew the person, I probably
wouldn't vote for them since i have only very minor contributations to
commons, I would not feel right voting in an RFA. but then again, I
quite likely would be in the minority here (since most people
subscribed, are fairly active).
"There are 1 types of people in the world: those who start they array
indexs at zero, and those who don't."
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2009 09:24:31 +0100 (CET)
From: "Huib!" <abigor(a)forgotten-beauty.com>
Subject: [Commons-l] Notice on mailinglists
On Commons there have been several times that people come with the idea to
post Rfa's or Crat, CU and OV here on this list so more people know that
there is somebody running for extra rights.
Since nobody did something with the idea I would like to ask : ''Are there
any objections when there will be a note on this list about a request for
I am happy to send a email for every request with the link to the
discussion, the nomination text and a link to the user contributions.
This will bring more people to the discussion when the know the people,
since we still have people passing for adminship with for 4 votes or we
need to make a rfc longer because we don't have enough people voting.